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Life is simple but far from easy. Pretty much any and every issue you can think about is actually very very simple.
Take health for example. If you were to go up to any person on the street with two plates, one with a big mac and the other with broccoli and ask which is healthier – if people were being honest, every single person would say broccoli. If you were to ask people which is healthier – sitting on the couch watching netflix or *insert literally any form of exercise here* (walking, running, lifting weights, cycling, sports, on and on and on) which would they answer? Is smoking healthy? Is drinking excessively healthy? These are very simple answers, yet difficult for the vast majority of people to act on.
Let’s move on to money. Folks – it’s so fucking simple I don’t know why I need to type it out. I could spout countless examples like buying clothes retail, leasing a brand new car, buying that big screen tv so you can sit on your ass all day and eat doritos and watch netflix, how many god damn pairs of shoes do you need??? People know they should be saving instead of spending. It’s common sense. It’s freaking so simple yet far from easy.
Now relationships. Ironically people would have much better relationships if they worked on themselves first. Guys you want to find a girlfriend/wife/fuck buddy? Quit sitting on your ass playing video games all day and improve yourself. Family problems? See the patterns that have been established, get over your damn ego and work on the root of the problems. This realm can be a tad more complex, but it oftentimes comes down to yourself – because there’s only one thing we have complete control of in this world.
Everyone knows what they should and should not be doing to improve their lives. The hard part is getting off your ass and doing the things that will make your life better.
Take Action Now: Think about one thing in your life that you want to change. Realize how simple it really is and start taking steps to improve that area of your life. We all know what we “should” be doing. Get an accountability partner. The support you give each other can be just the push you need to get started and continue down the path of self-improvement. The hardest part is getting started and sticking to it. Try a 30 day trial. You have to actually want to change and be willing to put in the work to accomplish your goals. If you are struggling with something feel free to send me a message and I will support you in any way I can.